Author: Aghazair Abdıyev

Could not find license agreement – Windows install error

Could not find license agreement – Windows install error When installing Windows 10 as an operating system on a new virtual machine running the Hyper-V hypervisor, I encountered a situation where the installation of Windows from the installation image was interrupted after the OS was selected with an error: Windows cannot find the Microsoft Software License Terms. Make sure the installation is valid and restart the installation. After clicking OK, the computer is restarted and the Windows installation is restarted, the error “Could not find the license agreement” is repeated and the circle is repeated. This error, as it...

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Time after reset on servers of HP with Windows Server gets off

Time after reset on servers of HP with Windows Server gets off On HPE DL / ML Gen9 servers with Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2012 R2, one of the remote customers faced an interesting problem after changing their time zone. As it turned out, on the HP ProLiant Gen9 servers (and on one of the HP ProLiant DL580 Gen8 servers) when the system time or time zone changed, after the server was restarted, the system time was not saved and reset to the previous one. The problem was exposed servers in which Windows Server boots in Legacy mode (with native UEFI booting, there was no time rollback problem). In the system log, the following event appeared: The system time has changed to 2018 – 04 – 29T12: 12: 28.500000000Z from 2018-04 – 29T13: 12: 27.923115700Z.Change Reason: System time synchronized with the hardware clock. As a solution to the problem, HP is proposing to upgrade the ROM to at least version 1.5. It is in this version that the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU) is not subject to a bug with resetting times. Or, as a workaround, you can specify that Windows consider that the BIOS gives it system time in UTC format (and not local time). To do this, as we said above, you need to create in the registry key HKLM \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \...

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Computer (server) time lost after shutdown / reboot

Computer (server) time lost after shutdown / reboot In this article we consider why, after shutting down or restarting a laptop / computer / server in the operating system, the current date and time settings specified earlier can be reset. Consider both the most trivial case with a dead BIOS battery, and more interesting cases with multi-boot Windows and Linux on one computer, and a firmware bug on Windows HPE ProLiant G9 / G8 servers. Time is not saved due to a dead battery BIOS The most “classic” answer to the question “Why is the time and date not...

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How to find out which versions of the .NET Framework are installed on the computer

How to find out which versions of the .NET Framework are installed on the computer On Windows, multiple versions of the .NET Framework can be installed simultaneously. When installing on a computer a new application developed on .Net, it is sometimes necessary to know in advance which versions and service packs of the .Net Framework are already installed on the user’s computer or on the server. There are several ways to get a list of installed versions of the .NET Framework. List the installed versions of the .NET Framework on the command lineAll versions of the .NET Framework are...

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Run the program without administrator rights and suppressing the UAC request

Run the program without administrator rights and suppressing the UAC request Many programs require elevation of rights at startup (the shield icon from the icon), but in fact for their normal operation, no administrator rights are required (for example, you manually give the necessary rights to users to the program directory in ProgramFiles and the registry branches that are used by the program). Accordingly, when launching such a program from a simple user, if UAC is enabled on the computer, a UAC prompt will appear and the user will be required to enter an administrator password. To get around...

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